Artist and DaDa Fellow Porcelain Delaney brings her show to Liverpool.
We meet Eloise in a hospital bathroom, She needs to do a sample but she just can’t go. We jump into her childhood diaries exploring what’s brought her to this moment. Eloise was a happy child, a promising ballerina with no doubt she was going to grow up to be a star.
Then at nine years old her periods start and completely derail her life. She’s thrown face first into a war against gaslighting doctors. They refuse to listen or believe her but she’s determined she will keep getting louder until someone hears. A heartbreaking and hilarious tale which anyone with endometriosis or another condition which has led to medical gaslighting will instantly recognise.
Toilet Paper Diaries had access at the heart of the play and includes creative captions and audio description. There will be an optional touch tour before the play starts.
There will also be BSL interpretation
Standard tickets £5, pay more if you can £10, or contact DaDa on firstname.lastname@example.org if you are facing financial hardship and would like to request a free place